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Legislature OKs bill on use of dead soldiers' names (access required)

A bill that would have Arizona join at least two other states in making it a crime to use a dead soldier's name or photo for commercial purposes without family permission is headed to Gov. Janet Napolitano. The House voted 57-0 May 21 to approve a bill (S1014) that the state Department of Emergency Management and ...

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